October 4, 2003

Kennedy To Receive Bush Award

According to an article on a Texas A&M Website, Senator Kennedy is to receive an award for excellence in public service from the George H. W. Bush library.

"During his remarkable career spanning over four decades, Senator Kennedy has consistently and courageously fought for his principles - and has rightly earned the respect of his Senate colleagues on both sides of the aisle," said Bush Foundation Executive Director Roman Popadiuk. "His commitment to excellence in public policy and his devotion to public service serve as an inspiration to all Americans and make him a superb recipient of the Bush Award."
Our own governor Romney is not quite as respectful of the popular senator, but knows when to backpedal.

Posted by James at October 4, 2003 8:38 AM
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I'm a little baffled by Romney's (aborted, I believe) plan to visit CA to boost Schwarzenegger. Does the governor of Massachusetts really have a lot of clout in CA? (Maybe I'm missing something obvious.)

Posted by: julie at October 5, 2003 12:02 PM

Not only does Romney not know where he's from (As Patti pointed out to me, he's not from around here) I don't think he really knows where he wants to be.

Who knows - maybe he wants to make a name for himself in Cali. Run for congress there since he can't beat Kennedy here.

Posted by: James at October 5, 2003 10:51 PM

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